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, news4. >> thank you, pat. hey, if you're heading out to the ballpark tonight, bundle up. doug kammerer is down at nats park as well. hellie held out the coat, doug. >> well, you know, some guys need coats a little bit sooner than other guys. that's what it boils down to right now. it is a very cold one -- sorry, buddy, he's right here, by the way. i'll say this, about superstition. this is so interesting for me. i am wearing the same tie, the same shirt, the same suit as i did last night, because there's a little superstition there. but i made sure all the important stuff obviously has been changed. just to let you know. and yes, there has been a shower. as far as the weather today, let's look at what's going on. it is not only cold out here, it is going to be freezing tonight. it's already on the cold side right now. 58 degrees down at the airport. right across the river. winds out of the northwest about 15 miles an hour. take a look at the temperatures now. those winds are going to make things feel even cooler later on this evening. temperatures in the mid-50s across the region. 55 i
it started about 25 minutes ago. our hurricane sandy coverage begins with chief meteorologist doug kammerer, who has been tracking the storm throughout the day. doug? >> yeah, watching this storm out there right now, you can see where this is. right now, down through portions of cape may county, new jersey, that's where it's coming ashore right now. it was moving extremely fast, at 28 miles an hour. but looking at some of the latest imagery here, it looks like it's really starting to slow down. waiting to see what's going on. you can notice very dry air wrapping around the center. and the rain just cutting off. right now, right around the philadelphia area. they're no longer seeing the heavy rain. we, however, are continuing to see the heavy rain. the latest advisory as of 5:00, had winds of 90 miles an hour. a very strong category 1 storm. the pressure down to 940 millibars. this storm has now set all-time low pressure records for atlanticcity, for trenton, new jersey and for philadelphia. all-time lowest pressure ever recorded. and that goes back to the super storm of '93. even b
declared across our entire area. doug kammerer right now is here to explain why we should keep a close eye on this one. >> the reason for this, jim, is not because we have a hurricane to the south. it's because what's going to be happening after. this right now, it says it's a hurricane, but most likely it's a tropical storm. but do not let that fool. the 8:00 advisory, i bet it will come out as tropical storm sandy, but it doesn't matter, don't let a weakening storm now fool you later. because this storm is going to continue to make its way up the coast. right now has winds of 57 miles an hour. that was the latest as of the 5:00 advisory from the national hurricane center, moving to the north at 7 miles per hour. it is expected to become a tropical storm most likely around 00, 11:00 advisory. the track is what you want to focus on here. the cone of uncertainty takes it anywhere from boston, to the richmond area and anywhere in between is going to see very strong winds. not going to be the rain, most likely not the flooding in our region, it will be the winds. let's take a look
coverage begins with chief meteorologist doug kammerer. this storm seems to be right on schedule. >> it really does. it is now moving close to 30 miles an hour. it has made a beeline for the jersey coast. it is now just to the north and coming ashore. you can see what's going on. a ton of rain on the west side of the storm. but notice, the strongest side, normally the northeast corner here, that's where you see the strongest winds, 84-mile-an-hour wind gusts in long island. notice the rain here, really cutting off on the back side, as it makes its way in. we'll continue to see rain here, though, as we continue to be on the southwest side of the storm. here's atlantic city. here's the ey coming onshower right now. atlantic city, probably seeing the strongest winds they have seen in years. maybe even decades right now. potentially 90, 100-mile-an-hour winds with this storm. you can see the outer eye wall which is right here through cape may county, new jersey, along the delaware bay. we're watching this rig around rehoboth beach. they're probably seeing very strong winds out of the
that mean for our weekend? >> that's what we want to know. doug kammerer has the answer. doug? >> take a look at those shots there. just simply gorgeous out there once again. we saw a lot of cloud cover early this morning, even a little bit of light rain in some locations. but now we're seeing sunshine. and the temperatures are responding. 73 degrees with the winds out of the south at about 13 miles per hour. we're looking at a very nice afternoon right now. take a look at the numbers around the region. 72 in manassas. 76 in la plata. 78 down towards freds rickburg. to the north, a little bit cooler. hagerstown, 64. more clouds back to the north and west. nothing on the radar picture right now. notice this, here's the rain we saw last night. and here's the big storm back to the west. it still has not come through our area. so what is that going to mean for your saturday? you're going to want to stick around for this forecast. >>> the man accused of throwing a molotov cocktail inside ballston common mall has been charged now with arson. 29-year-old leon trail appeared in an arlington co
here. maybe colder than expected. i'm sure it was forecast right to a t by doug kammerer, chief meteorologist out here. this is october weather, man. the end of october weather. >> that's exactly right. you talk about that, not colder than expected, by the way. what are you trying to do to me? >> of course not. >> you knew what it was going to be. >> that's what happens in october baseball. we haven't experienced that here in the washington, d.c. area. it's really quite amazing. you've seen some games in october that actually have snow associated with them. some of the later games, the nlds, and of course the world series. let's hope we get to there. we wouldn't mind dealing with more cold weather. but you said you sat down and said, it's legitimately cold out here. >> it's because of the wind. i think you said it's about 20 miles an hour. i'm curious how it will affect the pitching. >> it will affect the pitching, and maybe the hitting, too. 58 with the winds out of the north at 16, but gusting to 25 miles an hour. that wind will make it a lot cooler through the night. current
pleasant. doug kammerer is up in the weather center to tell us about more changes coming up. >> the sunshine helped to push numbers to about 70 degrees. but yeah, we've got cooler knobs moving in. out there right now, 68 gregs, winds out of of the southwest at 9 miles an hour. actually, a very pleasant evening, after what was a spectacular afternoon. look at the temperatures, though, to the north and west. much cooler as we have the front moving in. 59 in gaithersburg. still 70 manassas and 67 towards pax river. temperatures overnight will be quite cool. but just wait until you see how cool we're going to be in the next couple of days. >>> coming up, a 14-year-old girl is singled out by the taliban and hunted down after school. now an entire country is erupting in support of a teenager who's fighting for her life. >>> the life of a firefighter is part of a new nbc drama, but d.c.'s fire chief said the real work goes well beyond just fighting fires. >>> and a fisherman who fell overboard is saved, but the rescue mission didn't end there. >>> history made today as washington h
today. but clouds are moving in now. we could see some changes. chief meteorologist doug kammerer is outside enjoying the last little bits of this day. doug? >> a little bit on the breezy side. the rain is now moving in. some of that rain could be rather heavy as we move into the overnight hours. let's look outside right now, 68 degrees. winds gusting to over 20 miles an hour in parts of the region. we are seeing temperatures that are starting to fall a little. they're not going to fall much. 70 in leesburg, down to the south fredericksburg coming in at 71 degrees. that's where the rain is now. down around stafford county, around the fredericksburg area, fauquier county and warrenton, that's the first batch of rain. there's aot more rain coming back to the west. and down to the south in the carolinas, that also making its way our way up i-95. we'll talk more about that, and when you may need these tomorrow, too. >>> coming up, is it a way to fight crime or a violation of privacy. the controversy over recording conversations on public buses. >>> i'm jackie bensen on wisconsin avenu
, after several cold days, we had a bit of a warm-up today, but we're about to plummet again. doug kammerer joins us outside on storm 4 weather deck with the details. doug? >> guys, i wore the red tie for the nationals, and you know what happens now, since they lost, i've got to throw this tie away. i've got to get another one for tomorrow's game. but that's aok for me. because tomorrow i think we've got this thing. 70 degrees out here right now. the warmest day we've seen since saturday, last saturday. winds out of southwest at 9 miles an hour. that is ahead of a frontal boundary. we're seeing more clouds move in, but still a rather nice evening. i want you to notice the numbers, 70 in annapolis, 71 in fredericksburg, look back to the northwest. cumberland, maryland, right now at 55 degrees. that frontal boundary starting to come through the region. you can see it very clearly defined with the cloud cover in through west virginia, in through portions of western maryland. that front will move through tonight. we're talking about some rather cool numbers, if you're heading to fairfa
the d.c. metro area to rehoboth beach. we begin with storm team four doug kammerer with the latest on sandy's track. >> we have the latest track out there chris, that track brings it very close to our region and once again, the forecast not real letter changing all that much. the forecasts have been very good over the past couple days on when this storm is going to be going. you can see where it is right now, just off the coast of georgia here, here's savannah georgia, it's due east of savannah georgia. it's still a hurricane. the national hurricane center thought this would be a tropical storm, it's still a hurricane, still holding on, we're seeing strong wind as long the north carolina coast line. here's the winds, 75 mes an hour. moving to the northeast at 14 miles an hour. it continues to strengthen. the track taking it back out and then right back into shore. very close to our area. during the morning on tuesday. that's when i expect this to be the worst coming up late monday and into tuesday. let's talk about that wind. that's going to be the biggest factor here, as we look t
to the weather. get set for another chill. some of us could see frost tonight. >> storm team 4 doug kammerer has the details. >> if you walk outside right now, it is on the cool side. we're sitting about five degrees below average for this time of year at 64. the winds out of the north at 14 miles per hour. that wind does make things feel a little cooler as you make your way out and about. as far as the temperatures go, around the rest of the region, here's where we sit. 61 in gaithersburg. 64 in the d.c. area and in culpepper. also, 68 degrees over there toward fredericksburg. as we look toward the west, 61 in winchester. and 59 in hagerstown. once again, a fairly cool afternoon. we won't call it cold by any means because with plenty of sunshine, it is be all that bad out there. as far as the rain is concerned, we're all dry. we will stay all dry right through the rest of the night tonight and really over the next couple of days. the best chance of rain now looking like it could come toward the end of the week. if you're thinking about heading toward alexandria, maybe crossing over the woodrow
we can expect. doug? >> we can expect our days to get better. today, we saw a little bit of sunshine and the clouds rolled back in. sandy still around. rotating around our region, just up to the north and west of us, making its way to the north and east. it will bring a slight chance of a sprinkle or shower. what about halloween? your trick or treating forecast tonight? temperatures, 46 to 50 degrees. it will be a little on the chilly side. so just know that as you send the kids out for kanldz yesterday. we'll be right back. >>> thank you, doug. a man is dead after an accident on the outer loop of the beltway. 44-year-old qualmy abon was killed in the crash about 5:15 a.m. investigators say his car was rear ended by a car and hit by a truck. the cause is still under vestigation. nobody else was hurt. >>> grief counselors were called in at seneca valley high school after a 15-year-old student was hit and killed on her way to school. police say christina morris-ward was killed while trying to cross germantown road just before 7:00 this morning. pat collins is at the scene with reaction
still could see some more tonight. storm 4 meteorologist doug kammerer joins us with an update. >> you look outside right now, across the city, some areas seeing sunshine. others now starting to see that rain move in. we have thunderstorms, too. currently 70 degrees with winds out of the south at 9 miles per hour. a few breaks in the clouds, especially east of 95. over the last couple of hours we've seen a few storms develop, loudoun county, montgomery county and now entering howard county and anne arundel. some of these are fairly heavy. the heaviest rain looks like it's in fauquier county and movinging in portions of culpepper and rap a han a county. we'll see a few areas of heavy downpours through the rest of the evening hours. could make things problematic on the commute especially if you're traveling west on 66. we'll talk about what's coming next in my forecast. >>> an important deadline is passing for voters in virginia. tonight it's the last day to register to cast ballots in november. virginia's an important battleground state in the presidential election, and julie carey is a
there today. it was really very please act. doug kammerer here to tell us how long this might last. >> we were on the warm side of the frontal boundary. the front coming through right now. a few showers, even a few thunderstorms. right now you can see where they are, making their way through the annapolis area. now that line continues right through fairfax, prince william and down toward fauquier county, and culpepper county. we're seeing fairly heavier downpours along annapolis, and down to the south. down around the camp spring area. and then once you get into fairfax and montgomery counties, that's where the frontal boundary is. the front making its way through the area right now. we've already seen it come through d. krflt. we'll continue to see the showers and a few areas of thunderstorms, a few heavier pockets of rain through prince william county. get ready around springfield, and around the i-95 corridor, that is the area we're going to see that come through next. maybe quantico in the next 15 minutes to the next 20 minutes. the front coming through the d.c. area. areas have now shifte
. we begin with storm team 4 chief meteorologist doug kammerer with the latestn sandy's track. >> right now sandy just off the coast of florida. you can see it right there on the satellite picture here. the hurricane making its way up towards the north. still a hurricane at this hour. not a very well-defined hurricane but once again, wr watching this thing very, very closely and it's making its way up the coast. you can see what we have going on as far as north carolina already seeing some heavy rain making its way in there. the winds starting to gust across that region, and now we're seeing the cloud cover. if were you out earlier you could look up and actually start to see the clouds in sandy as its making it's way up north. the brand new track just in from the national hurricane center. winds, 75 miles an hour moving to the northeast, 13 miles an hour, deepening. as we move through the next day or two it's moving out and as we've been talking about and forecasting this over a week now, move back into the mid-atlantic states, and you notice we are tuesday at 3:00 right on top of us. t
for tomorrow night. >> doug kammerer is outside on the storm team 4 weather deck. and if we're going to need sweaters are or more heat tonight, duck, lay it on us. >> i think you're going to need a lot of things tonight. really, over the next couple of nights, we're in for really cold air. plenty of sunshine right now, very, very nice. even though the temperature is about five to ten degrees below average. the numbers right now, we're sitting at 62 degrees at the airport. winds out of the northwest at 3 miles per hour. that dew point, 32. so a very cool dew point. that shows you just how cool things could get overnight tonight. as far as temperatures go right now, we're looking at 59 degrees in gaithersburg, 59 in manassas. tomorrow will be the coldest night inhe season. everybody there in blue is under a freeze watch, howard county, montgomery county, loudoun county, and we'll watch just how cold we're going to get. i think many areas may not just get below freezing, you may get below another number. we'll talk about that in a minute. >> all righty. >>> it's do or die time for both the loca
meteorologist doug kammerer joins us now with more on our chilly forecast. >> chilly, almost an understatement here. here we are in the middle to early october. very cold numbers. 54 degrees. plenty of clouds, and even shower activity, even around the district. winds out of the northeast at 8 miles per hour now. take a look at the numbers around the rest of the area. 44 in martinsburg. and 52 down towards fredericksburg. temperatures right now 15 to 20 degrees below average. and we're going to be even colder tonight. look at the rain coming across the region. most of this has been on the light side. it's been per per sis tant along the corridor. over the next couple of hours, expect the temperatures to come down and expect more rain to come down, too. my complete forecast in just a few minutes. >>> the next time you ride metro, you might encounter new controversial ads promoting israel. they initially refused to post them but a judge is now giving metro until 5:00 tonight to put them up. here's the reaction from the riders. >> seems pretty zionist. >> reporter: it's only 18 words, but its mess
for the next few days. >> thank you, doug. >>> still ahead, neighbors in maryland hated the name of their street. well, they got a new one after decades of controversy. >>> why the stink bug invasion is making a comeback. >>> in sports, the latest on the injury of quarterback robert griffin iii. >>> tonight at 6:00 on news4, smoke and flames on the campus >>> when it rains, it pours. we've got baseball, we've got football. carol's up at camden yards. >> yeah. the and we've got chris cooley in the studio. hey, carol. >> reporter: yeah, a busy night, all hands on deck. is it heaven? no, it's postseason baseball. that's what october baseball is all about. it is a little chilly here at camden yards. good news from st. louis, though. the nationals are leading the cards 1-0 in game two. it's a must-win situation for the birds thesmt lost game one last night to the yankees. 7-2. you know they really want to even up that series before it heads to new york tomorrow. first pitch tonight at 8:07. now, to the redskins. and the cooley report. chris cooley is back at the studios, while dan is
of aspartame. erica edwards, nbc news. >>> doug joins us now. he has our attention. four or five days out from sandy. >> one thing we want to make sure everybody knows right now, we're still four or five days out. there's still a lot of uncertainty here. the models are coming into better agreement, we've been talking about this storm for the last three or four days, that this will have an impact on the east coast and maybe a major impact even here in the d.c. metro area and portions of our region. but what's happening outside today, we've seen a fantastic, glorious afternoon, almost summer-like. as a matter of fact, we have tied a record today. the record high, 84 degrees. that's where we were just an hour or two ago. right now we're sitting at 82 degrees under partly cloudy skies. winds out of the north about 6 miles an hour. as far as the temperatures around the reason, very warm. it is going to continue to be a very nice, very pleasant, a very warm evening. 81 in culpepper, 82 in fredericksburg, 69 and east wind coming off the chesapeake there. a big difference here, 13-degree difference be
for possibly a stormy night. storm 4 chief meteorologist doug kammerer is tracking everything on the radar. how is it looking? >> right now looking at the showers and storms off to the west. and down to our south, too. nobody is seeing any rain right now. 69 degrees at the airport. looking at mostly cloudy skies. quin the winds now coming off the potomac towards the airport now. 70 degrees in leesburg. 73 in fredericksburg. a little cooler to the west. winchester right now sitting at 64 degrees. you can see on the radar, no real shower activity around the immediate area. but notice just south of fredericksburg, starting to see some showers entering spotsylvania county. that's the first area of rain we'll see just to the north of richmond. it will move right up i-95 and be in the washington, d.c., area in just two hours. the area in west virginia, strong storms back there, they could try to move through our region overnight tonight. most areas will get wet overnight tonight. we'll also talk about what you can expect tomorrow. tomorrow morning could be a little rough. pat? >> all right. thanks. >
today. but not everybody's done with it just yet. storm 4 chief meteorologist doug kammerer is here with that. >> yeah, it's funny, pat, because when we say most of the rain has moved out, most of the area. if you take 100% of the area right now, probably 90% of it is dry. but the 10% that has the rain is about 90% of where the people live. you can see where the rain is coming through downtown right now. also coming through many areas of montgomery county, fairfax county, getting hit hard by this rain. also down towards prince william county. you can see exactly what i'm talking about as we zoom on in here. right around olney, georgia avenue, towards aspen hill and 28 here on the intercounty connector, all seeing fairly heavy rain. as we move to the south, in through fairfax county, george washington memorial parkway, around mclean and tyson's corner, all seeing that heavy rain. and coming into the district and down to the south, some heavy rain along i-95. this is between lorton, franconia and around springfield. this will affect the rush hour tonight along the beltway, from i-95 a
' doug luzader watched sandy slam into rewhoboth beach. >> he joins us live with a look at the conditions there. good morning, doug, how's it going this morning? >>reporter: well, not exactly drenched and not really all that windy at the moment. it's certainly a lot better than we've seen. and you see cleanup vehicles out here, some people are kind of going about their business. that's good news. the one sure sign i guess that the hurricane is over, take a look out there, there are actually surfers in the water here as they take advantage of what still remains to be some pretty big waves here. obviously not the kind of wave action we saw yesterday and not the kind of tidal surge that we saw yesterday. all in all it seems like this part of delaware did okay. we'll have to see as the sun continues to rise and we spend some more time out on the streets to see if in fact things are getting back to normal. but it's a much different story when you head farther to the north, atlantic city and then, of course, new york city dealing with that 13-foot tidal surge. i mean, that's going to be an iss
's where we find a reporter live. doug, good morning. >> reporter: good morning guys. and look, look at this water that's just rushing into the board walk here, i walk out on to the beach, gives you an idea of just the force of this, you see this erosion sense here, look, its just been torn apart, this part of its just been mingled. that's tons of beach erosion all over the place. this is a real concern all up and downtown coast here. this area has been verdict evacuated, mandatory evacuation near the coast. this may be 50,000 people. once you start getting to those massive population centers north of here, we're talking obviously dc, but also when you get up to philadelphia and new york city, new england area, boston, all the sudden it gets very difficult to move those people out of harm's way quickly enough. now the wind speeds here are not terrible, maybe in the 15 to 20-mile an hour range, 25 miles an hour, something like that. once you get offshore, you're talking more like 40, 50 miles an hour. it's going to get worse through the course of the day. combining with high tides bec
heat on, doug hill is here to tell you whether you leave it for the rest of the week. >> the cardinals turned the heat up on the national spirit a full house and a beautiful day, but the defending world champions are closer to the national league championship. we'll take you to the ballpark to hear from ups let me tell you how i will create 12 million jobs when president obama couldn't. first my energy independence policy means more than three million new jobs. many of them in manufacturing. my tax reform plan to lower rates for the middle class and for small business creates seven million more. and expanding trade, cracking down on china d improvingng job training takes us to over 12 million new jobs. i'm mitt romney, and i approve this message. >> 7 is on your side tonight with a granola bar recall. the organic theater chip granola bars are being recalled because of possible some a lot contamination in that in a better. the granola bars have a sell date of november 1, 2012. there have not been reports of illness from these bars. >> the economy is not keeping peopl
. >> all right, thank you, doug. if you liked it than you should have put a ring on it ♪ >> tonight, the nfl has confirmed that beyonce will perform at the super bowl halftime show.tonight, beyonce photo. she's sporting iblack with a date of february 13. the speculation that beyonce's husband or her former group may wants from destiny's child may join her on stage. >> you'll have to get up and get the snacks before halftime. >> oh, yes, absolutely. >> coming up in sports, we asked, you responded. your best suggestions for the redskins touchdown celebration. >> also, new details about a maryland schools are number one in america because we invest in them. but we can do even more. every year marylanders spend five hundred and fifty million dollars at casinos in other states. question 7 keeps that maryland money in maryland through expansion of gaming in maryland. it will mean hundreds of millions of dollars for our schools. as governor, i can promise you, that money will go to education. that's the law and that's what we'll do. vote for question seven. and balanced the budget every ye
are on storm watch right now. many of you may have heard some thunder out there. let's get right to it. doug hill is standing by. >> it has been kind of right now, in arlington, 63 degrees. a lot of lightning flashes. they have been out there all evening, but slowly moving eastward. th are in frederick county. severe thunderstorm warnings until 11:34 frederick county. that threat is diminishing right now out in washington county. there will be more chances the next few hours for showers and storms. we expect most of them to be garden variety. the rainfall totals are impressive. the good news is, it will taper off overnight. >> we have several developments in the big story we mentioned at the top. the prince george's county police department is in morning to night after losing one of their own. police are talking about the crash and officer kevin bowden. >> we were over the scene where it happened in clinton. we were first on the scene of this crash. >> the accident reconstruction team has wrapped up its work at this intersection. investigators spent hours going over the same piece by piece.
obama and mitt romney faced each other in the first presidential debate. fox's doug luzader has more. >> reporter: this is always an expectations game and at the very least, mitt romney may have made this race more competitive last night. you can argue that just by walking out on the stage, mitt romney got a boost appearing alongside the president. but while they warmly shook hands rock. knee was on the offensive. >> mr. president, you are entitle as a president to your own plane and your own house but not to your own facts. >> reporter: despite all of the build-up, this was not the night full of zingers. it was a drilldown on the overall economy and health care and what mr. romney called obamacare. >> i use that term with all respect. >> while the president embraced the term obamacare, he shot back accusing romney of making promises about health care and tax policy without providing specifics. >> at some point, i think the american people have to ask themselves is the reason that governor romney is keeping all these plans to replace secret because they're too good? is it because tha
of power issues. now let's go to doug for the latest on our cool night ahead. >> it's going to be a cool night ahead and on the chilly side. sandy continues to just spinel around our region. you can notice the clouds continuing to make their way in. that's going to be the case during the day tomorrow. as you look, a little on the creepy said the next few hours. we'll be talking about our numbers, down to 45 to 50 degrees, breezy and cool. make sure you're ready to go out and prepared to that with a jacket at least as you head on out tonight. >> thank you, doug. >> coming up next, the latest on a series of pipe bombs found in virginia. >>> homemade [ earnest ] out of the blue one day, we were told to build a 30-foot stage. gathered the guys and we built that 30-foot stage, not knowing what it was for. just days later, all three shifts were told to assemble in the warehouse. a group of people walked out on that stage and told us that the plant is now closed and all of you are fired... i looked both ways, i looked at the crowd, and...we all just lost our jobs. we don't have an income. mitt
there. who can blame her. storm team 4 chief meteorologist doug kammerer joins us now with more on the conditions. this is just passing through, huh? >> yeah, just passing through. we get these. again, this is the month of october. this is the challenge of the season, going from summer to winter. sometimes those seasons come a little bit early, like they're doing right now. a little more winter-like than fall-like. 53 degrees the current number. any wind, when it's this cool, will make things feel even cooler. only 43 in mart tinsburg. 52 in fred rinericksburg. showers making their way through the area right now. you'll most likely need the umbrellas as well as the jackets. >>> nationals trying to stay hot out in st. louis this afternoon. they're hoping to come home with a two-game lead against the cardinals. meanwhile, up the road, the orioles are trying to get things evened out with the yankees. carol maloney is up in camden yard where game two is still a couple of hours away. carol? >> reporter: hey, jim. yeah, it's starting to buzz around here. they opened up the doors and t
bargain. >>> and doug, what are you doing to make sure we get the best weather around here? >> i'm working real hard. i'm working really hard. out there this evening, pretty nice conditions but it will get quite cold. especially in the suburbs. inside the beltway, temperatures will stay in the 40s. many of you in the suburbs will be in the upper 30s and we could see some frost out there tomorrow morning. especially in loudoun county and along i-81. we'll see plenty of sunshine with a few more clouds than we saw today but warmer. a nice afternoon with a high temperature, 67 to about 72 degrees. winds southerly at about five to ten miles an hour. that's southerly wind will help to warm thing up over the next couple days. we do have a frontal boundary that will come through thursday night. most of the day thursday will be mostly cloudy and dry, i think, with the high of 73. so thursday is looking pretty. >> the best chance of rain comes thursday night into the day on friday. we'll call it about a 40% chance of rain early friday. then that shower activity should move out of here saturday and s
the money now. >> let's get back to doug hill for a quick check of parking sandy. >> the updated information from the hurricane center has said the as a minimal hurricane, a 75 m.p.h. wind, and the track takes it to the north, getting weaker, intensifying back into a hurricane, turning left into the coast. this is a center line of the cone of possibilities. the center of the circulation of this future hybrid storm will be somewhere between the hamptons in the long island all the way to duck, north carolina. this is the centerline of the cone, just north of ocean city and rehoboth, moving slowly. rain, wind, power outages, and floods all possibilities if this develops according to the computer models. tomorrow is a good preparation day. the bulk of the storm develops later monday, through the day tuesday, with heavy wind and rain. >> we will continue to follow sandy's track at how people are preparing for this unusual october storm. at 6:00, from annapolis to alexandria and d.c., more of the preparations and concerns. >> 200 snowplows hit the streets in prince toward discounting. no, this is
night. doug luzader has more. >> reporter: it may have had all the appearances of a high dollar fundraiser, but it's not often you see both mitt romney and the president working over the same room or saying things like this -- >> i had a lot more energy in our second debate. i was really rested after the long nap i had in the first debate. >> i've already seen early reports from tonight's dinner. headline, obama embraced by catholics. romney dines with rich people. >> reporter: all of this to raise about $5 million for catholic charities. the dinner has become an election year tradition and the two headliners really delivered, setting aside the noise of hundreds of millions of dollars of largely negative ads that are barraging swing states now. lighter moments can play big. president obama also sought out young voters with an appearance on john stewart's daily show yesterday, and ann romney courted women voters on "the view." last night's brief moments of peace may have been brokered by cardinal timothy dolan, they'll are be short lived. monday's debate won't be so pleasant. >>
have doug talking about strategic misjudgments, sort of doug's middle game name. >> that's a long middle name. >> it's wordy but he can fairly tie him into this whole crew that's basically his same foreign policy advisers, right? >> he can. and we will talk a little -- in a second about the president's foreign policy. melissa, in terms of how the debate has played out this week, after the first debate it was, you know, self- -- the president's self-emulated, romney won hands down. a collective sense that the president had done significantly better, maybe not the rolled down gates pulled down over the romney gates many hoped. peggy noonan writes that -- what do you make of that? is the president not winning the post-debate week? >> he's president. so that means that his role as the president, as the person actually governing, is always going to overshadow sort of whether it's the playfulness of the al smith dinner or the performative aspects of the debate. let me be clear i think that's good. you know, maybe it's not good at this particular moment for this particular campaign, but
pizza slice, there's a little oinker noise. >> melinda's husband doug has always called him fatty and wide girl. >> hey, big girl, you need to get up and move more, big girl. >> doug who is a psychologist himself says it's his way of trying to motivate his wife to lose weight. >> we set up the environment of the system and then she will self-sabotage. >> but it's actually creating anxiety, damaging their marriage and contributing to melinda's weight gain. >> basically i just want to sleep. >> on top of that he has a phd in behavioral psychology? this is cruel. >> springfield, virginia nutritionist alana sugar says she actually sees a lot of clients like this going through the same thing, wives referred to her by their husbands who berate them about their weight. she says the results are damaging and can take a long time to reverse. >> they'll become a closet eater later. they'll stuff themselves with their ice cream or their high fat high calorie high sugar comfort food later on because that's what's nourishing for nurturing for them. >> words are powerful and internal words are e
chief meteorologist doug kammerer has been talking about. it's interesting this lady decided -- oh, that' not a lady, that's a man. how are you doing? thank you for being out here. i love your outfit. what is this, first of all? >> it's just -- >> i want to thank you for joining us. right over here, tell us, why did you come outside? >> i live down the street and my power just went out and i wanted to see what was going on, maybe get the power back on sometime soon. >> dominion crews have arrived over there. >> good sign. >> yes, it is. what are you doing right now to weather this storm? >> i was doing fine until the power went out. just trying to find something to occupy my time. >> all right. i suggest you might want to go inside. of course, it's a little dangerous out here. >> i'm going to go inside. >> have a good walk. take it easy. there you have it, folks. fascinating, people decide to come out here. and back to you in the studio. >> shomari, thanks. some cases, inside may not be the safest places. one tree fell into a house this afternoon. >> we find news4's richard jordan. richa
now. parts of our area are seeing very heavy rain. storm tm 4 chief meteorologist doug kammerer has the scoop. >> that's really a great shot right there. you can see the sun coming through and underneath some of those clouds. we are dealing with some very heavy rain, some lightning and also some small hail, too. a lot of people saying they're looking at rain bows out there. it is getting a little on the pretty side. where it's not pretty, right along 95, columbia pike, savage, maryland, towards laurel, very heavy rain in and around this area. and down towards college park seeing that rain continuing. back to the west just to the north of olney, seeing that rain. montgomery county. we'll zoom in to northeast d.c., you can see just to the east of 16 here, right along route 50 as you're heading to the beltway and around college park and green belt, some of that very heavy rain. down to the south, another area of rain has developed right along the potomac river through woodbridge and quantico, and just to the north of nangemoy. if you're going to be out, say, right around i-95 or east i
.1%. doug mckelway live at the white house with more. doug? >> reporter: hey, jon, these new unemployment numbers obviously coming as tremendously welcome news to an obama campaign that is still reeling from what most now agree was a lackluster debate performance last month. in fairfax, virginia, at george mason university, the president departed from his standard stump speech to tout these new numbers. here he is just moments ago. >> but today's news certainly is not an excuse to try to talk down the economy to score a few political points. it's a reminder that this country has come too far to turn back now. [cheers and applause] because of your strength and resilience, the strength and resilience of the american people, we've made too much progress to return to the policies that led to the crisis in the first place. >> reporter: but behind these apparently encouraging unemployment numbers are some very confusing and conflicting statistics. the number of unemployed dropped 456,000 last month while only 11,000 new jobs were added, so that leaves 342,000 people kind of up in the air. did t
at 5 with leon harris, alison starling doug hill. >> police are finally putting a face with a man believed to be behind 5 attacks in springfield. police released this composite sketch of the suspect today. residents are protecting themselves. >> people in this neighborhood are looking over their shoulders. police arrived here passing out this poster. they want everyone in this neighborhood to take a very close look at this sketch of their suspect. women walking along this road in springfield for making sure they walk in groups. >> we are going walking. today, i was afraid of going today. >> this is a composite sketch released today of the man that has this neighborhood on edge. police say the five women from 15-40-years old have been victims. >> i had my purse and my hand, she says. he could have easily taken it, but instead, he described to me. -- he just grabbed me. today, we shall the schedule of the suspect to people who live in a neighborhood. -- we showed the sketch of the suspect to people who live in the neighborhood. they were happy to see this sketch but they want him ca
some thunder during night. chief meteorologist doug hill has what we can expect. >> 68 degrees outside the belfort furniture weather center. when the rooftop camera, breaking through the clouds, but cloudy skies through evening. front approaching from west. mild temperatures, 70 degrees manassas, 68 waldorf, 69 bethesda. patchy rain northwest of richmond, moving in our direction. ahead of the cold front coming the heavier downpours and thunderstorms. it will be after 8:00 when they they survive the trip. later tonight and overnight, thunderstorms, 58 in the morning. the forecast coming up. >> don't forget to check the on wjla.com, and of the weather with watch seven app. >> from fairfax county, a major crime.wn on fairfax county police have arrested more than 100 people for various charges. horace holmes is live in fairfax with the story. >> they have taken everything drugs to counterfeit dvd's, process the police say prevented some serious crimes. the police went out again this to round up suspects and this 10-month in crackdown. anthony was getting his hair cut to the dollar store wh
in about an hour and a half. as doug luzader explains, it could have a big impact on the presidential race. >> reporter: this is the unemployment rate since president obama took office. it's been up and down, but all the focus today will be here at the very end, where it heads right before the election. for the white house, today's unemployment numbers probably confirm a cold reality, there just isn't much time left now for a major turnaround in the labor market before election day. the news from analysts may not be encouraging. >> we think the economy is going to be very sluggish as people sit back and wait to see how this fiscal cliff issue is dealt with by the new legislature and executive. >> reporter: that fiscal cliff is a combination of tax hikes and spending cuts due to hit at the end of the year after the election. the president coming off with what was widely seen as a lackluster debate performance, was in wisconsin yesterday with new found vigor. >> i want to export more products and outsource fewer jobs. >> reporter: that is a message he'll no doubt repeat at a campaign stop in
vikings. >>> another presidential debate coming up this week. i'm doug luzader. we will have more on what they are doing to prepare. >> first, when a victory turns violent. o years after a maryland basketball game got out of hand, they head to court. fox 5 morning news at 7:00 starts right now. >> there is a live look at the washington monument as we zoom in. not a bad start to the day as far as temperatures go. we will find out what we have on tap for today's weather in a moment. good morning, i'm tony perkins. >> i'm allison seymour. tucker, it didn't feel bad when i was running to the car. a warm breeze. >>> not bad at all. mid-60s. nice mild start to the day. that is on the heels of a beautiful day yesterday with highs in the mid-70s. not as nice today as we have more clouds and increasing possibility of scattered showers. there is a live look at radar. not much in the way of shower activity. we have a cold front approaching from the west. we will have the possibility of showers around here. best chance late morning into the afternoon hours. and the possibility that there coul
maryland attorney general doug ganzler is going to honor nonprofit groups around the state which helps victims of domestic violence. he will do that along with verizon who is giving $50,000 in grants. verizon is also behind a mo ject that -- pro swect which allows victims to speak with a judge via teleconference. that way they can get a protection order without the abuser being in the same room. this began as a pilot program in rockville which has since expanded its scope. >> the victims that come in here receive wrap around services so they're not just having the enforcement of the sheriff's office. they're having the state's attorney. they're having health and human services. they're having therapy. >> a maryland law which took effect monday allows victims of domestic violence to apply for unemployment benefits. that way they can make ends meet if they have to leave their job in order to escape their abuse ir. >>> a warning for women in fair fx county. a -- fairfax county. a man is apparently going around and grabbing women. the latest happened in springfield along hibbling avenue. t
moved out but the storm remains. it is still having an impact. doug kammerer joins us with that. >> it is a much different impact than what we saw yesterday. we have been watching this storm for well over a week, week and a half. in the last 36 hours we've seen it into the atlantic ocean. we saw it make that turn back to shore. something we have never really seen before. a storm all the way out in the atlantic moved right back into our area. and that's whye saw all the rain. that's why we've seen all the wind from this storm and now, we're seeing the cold weather. we're also still seeing the shower activity. yocan see the rain right now through washington, d.c. area. right through waldorf and winchester. back through leesburg and we have seen some snow flakes in parts of the area. especially on the higher elevations. back toward the blue ridge. back toward the shenandoah valley and parts of west virginia where it is still snowing right now. as far as the wider picture, just look at the circulation coming right down out of canada. all the way down through our region and that make
, the rain is letting up a little bit in rehobeth beach but still a big cleanup ahead. fox's doug luzader will be checking in after the break. >>> and the coast guard to the rescue, after the crew of a famous tall ship replica abandons during sandy. that story after the break next. >> as we head to the break a live look from western maryland from one of the traffic cams out there. not many people on the roads because they got a lot of snow. we will tell you a lot about that, too. it is 7:39. we'll be right back. launching the biggest ad barrage ever. don't beisled. the washington post says question seven is just... common sense. it'll create 4,000 permanent jobs. and stop maryland from losing millions to other states... every year. that's why business, labor, and teachers all support... question seven. and so does the washington post. vote for question seven. it's just common sense. we were told to build a 30-foot stage. gathered the guys and we built that 30-foot stage, not knowing what it was for. just days later, all three shifts were told to assemble in the warehouse. a group of peopl
north of delaware. that's where we are live this morning. doug, what are the conditions right now? >> reporter: good morning, well you have the whole board walk here to yourself, that's just about the case here, it seems bad, especially when you look at the beach here. this huge wave coming in, check the buoy data offshore, wave heights of about 23 feet or so. wind speeds 40 to 50 miles an hour. those kinds of winds, they are certainly on their way. this is one of those storms where it may not matter where the eye comes across because it's so massive people are going to be feeling the effects hundreds of miles in every direction. the waves just keep growing, still along the peninsula, we found these two guys taking advantage of unusually big sur. >> god blessed up with this storm, let's have fun it with it. >> reporter: not everyone sees it that way. it's called a megastorm, spinning where it can no longer be seen from space. slamming into the most densely populated part of the country. >> we could see hurricane-force winds, in fact we expect hurricane-force winds anywhere from th
noon. and through the afternoon into the evening, veronica and doug will be here. since you went to bed, we've had three track updates. i'm going to show you the very latest one. right now it is north of the bahamas, packing winds of 80 miles an hour. category 1 hurricane maintaining that strength today off of florida. taking a bit of a turn toward the northeast following the gulfstream. then unfortunately, this is the very latest track. this is as of wednesday a position here. it does look like it's going to come our way here and feeling the effects of it beginning sunday. then it's going to slow ray down as it gets inland. then it's just going to kind of sit here and spin away with gusty winds and gusts of rain, and that extended period, unfortunately, is going to bring us big problems. this is the timing. sunday this is the red zone of potential strong winds and heavy rain. it it does look like southern maryland, lower eastern shore, southeastern virginia. then sunday evening, that risk zone of the high impact zone coming right over our metro area. most of virginia, most of maryland
tonight. she will moderate the v.p. debate. doug luzaader, fox news. >>> a case linked to targeting women in fairfax county. >>> plus the supreme court revisits the issue of affirmitive action. we're going to hear from the college student who pushed this new case and a response from the university who denied her admission. >>> and a dramatic scene in florida caught on camera, a parking garage collapses, trapping several workers for hours, one who was rescued overnight. >>> as we head to the break, a live look outside. we're going to get the latest weather and traffic from tucker and julie coming up. fox 5 morning news will be right back. privately-owowned freight railroads plan to spend $23 billion on their network. that's like building 4 nat's stadiums, 5 wilson bridges, and 8 dc convention centers...all in one year. and not a penny of it comes from taxpayers. when president obama couldn't. first, my energy independence policy means more than three million new jobs. many of them in manufacturing. my tax reform plan to lower rates for the middle class and for small business creates seve
tomorrow. and sunday romney has three in the state. joins us live from capitol hill with more. doug good morning. >> reporter: good morning. unless you live in one of those handful of swing states, you are not going to see these guys in person as the campaign travel reaches a fever pitch. >>> we can add another 5,000 milester today as president obama travels back and forth actually spending the night on board. mitt romney isn't far behind after rallies yesterday. >> what you are seeing from the obama campaign is an incredibly shrinking campaign. the president is out of ideas andre going to make sure he's out of office. >> give him the edge nationally. tracking poll puts it at 5 points. the swing states get more complicated. may come down to ohio. the president was in dayton yesterday. >> we know we're not where we need to be. but we've made real progress. we have to build on that progress. we can't go back to what got us into this mess. we need to move forward with what is getting us out of this mess. and that's why i'm running for a second term. >> the obama campaign is hoping a new 20
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